This technical document includes detailed information on customizing translation tables for XCOM distributed platforms.
Starting with XCOM r11.6, XCOM supports Unicode and multi-byte character sets. See CA XCOM Data Transport r11.6 Introduces Unicode and Multi-Byte Character Set Support
If you still need to create specific translation tables, first check with the local Broadcom Support organization to see if they have any sample translation tables for your language. If so, backup the current etoa.tab and atoe.tab tables and copy the samples into your convtab directory (see paths below), recycle xcomd and test.
Component: XCOM Data Transport for Windows, UNIX or Linux
To customize the tables, you will need to know for each character you want to change:
Each translation table is a text file with one hex character value per line.
For the ETOA table:
For the ATOE table:
The process to change the ATOE tables is similar.
A more detailed description can be found on documentation page: How to Create Custom Character Sets for File Conversion.